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I watched Remember Me yesterday for the first time. I didn’t really know what it was about, but I knew a little bit. Probably slight spoilers ahead.
Robert Pattinson is a good actor. It’s a shame he played a character as flat as Edward that didn’t highlight his skills. We didn’t see enough of him in Harry Potter either.
Emotionally, I was handling the movie well, wondering if he was going to follow in his brother’s footsteps. But I saw his love for his sister and knew he could never leave her behind.
I adored his little sister so much and wanted to scare the hell out of those girls for killing that girl’s confidence. Her new haircut looked so cute on her though.
As someone who is old enough to remember 9/11, I appreciated how the movie didn’t have us relive that day, only showing the reactions from the characters we met in the film. That doesn’t mean I didn’t cry during it all. That poor girl walking out of her school with tears in her eyes… Their dad looking up at his office where he was headed toward… The zoom out from the office where Pattinson’s character was waiting for his dad to show up… I cried knowing his tower was the first one hit and the floor he was on was one of the floors the plane went through.
That movie brought out so many emotions and did it well considering how little I knew about it. It’s hard to watch considering the many difficult topics of suicide and murder, but also terrorism. But it is so worth a watch.
Catch it on Netflix.
I’m honestly really glad robert pattinson is bringing back the clean shaven batman. I’m so sick of recent superhero media outside of comics giving male heroes that stubble because they’re ‘edgy’
“I’m trying to figure out what you are.”
His jaw tightened, but he kept his smile in place with some effort.
“Are you having any luck with that?” he asked in an offhand tone.
“Not too much,” I admitted.
He chuckled. “What are your theories?”
I blushed. I had been vacillating during the last month between Bruce Wayne and Peter Parker. There was no way I was going to own up to that.
Bella Swan - Twilight Book
“Don’t try to understand it, feel it”
𝘴𝘤𝘳𝘦𝘦𝘯𝘤𝘢𝘱𝘴 𝘰𝘧 𝘮𝘰𝘷𝘪𝘦𝘴 𝗅𝗂𝗄𝖾 𝗈𝗋 𝗋𝖾𝖻𝗅𝗈𝗀 𝗂𝖿 𝗐𝖺𝗌 𝗎𝗌𝖾𝖿𝗎𝗅 ♡
Now that Paul Dano and Robert Pattinson had played preachers in movies (in There will be blood and The devil all the time respectively) THE BATTLE WILL BE LEGENDARY.
ROBERT PATTINSON, SUKI WATERHOUSE
enjoyed a park date in London, England (Sept. 16, 2020)
the devil all the time was a pretty good movie but all I can think about is the sheer amount of tom holland and robert pattinson fanfiction that is gonna be written in the near future
hope he enjoyed tenet as much as we did
Oof. This one hurt.
For anyone who’s wondering, The Devil All The Time is a solid 10/10.
The acting is stellar, which makes sense given the great cast, but aside from that, the story is honestly really interesting, and the cinematography is beautiful.
And if you’re a hardcore Tom Holland fan like me who’s worried because the trailer makes him look like somebody you won’t like, trust me, you’ll still love him. And his acting, as expected, is WONDERFUL.
Also, my grandpa was from the south, so my mom has a good understanding of natural southern accents, and she said these were pretty spot on, so if you’re worried about that, don’t be.
Small SPOILER ALERT for the next block of text below this for warnings, in case you want them.
Okay, I loved it, but it kind of gives you a gross feeling for a while. There are a lot of sleezebags, jerks, and just all around not great people that you get introduced to and it kind of makes you feel gross. My mom said “I feel like I need a shower”. But it works out in the end, and people kind of get what’s coming to them, so it makes up for it all. That said (and this is all in the warnings on Netflix, but just in case), there is some pretty graphic violence, including suicide, and a lot of sexual scenes/implications, as well as some intense nudity, so be ready for that if you decide to watch it.
All of that mentioned, like I said, 10/10, EASILY. I highly recommend adding it to the watchlist.
The devil all the time is the story of killers. Everyone in the movie is a killer. What separate one killer to another is their motive.
We started with Bill skarsgard character (Willard Russell) who killed in the name of Mercy when he killed his comrade in the war because he had been tortured to the point of death would be a sweet relieved for the man, and then he killed his son’s dog in action of desperation and his twisted believe that if he gave something that he loved to God, He would see his sacrifice and cured his wife, he had enough moral compass that he didn’t kill his own son because he also loved him dearly despite anything and won’t trade him even for his wife’s health, he loved both of them equally. But the grief he felt of losing his wife was too great to bear so he killed himself in hope he could be reunited with his wife sooner. (3 counts kills including himself)
Then we have Harry melling (Roy Laferty) character who killed because of his false faith. He actually wasn’t a killer but he has a condition, a severe delusion that he thought he can hear God speak to him, he loved his wife but killed her because he thought he could revive her, because the voice in his head told him so. (One kill)
Then enter the real killer in the picture, Jason Clarke (Carl Henderson) who killed just because he enjoyed killing. He had killed so many people in his life time with the help of his wife and he seem like he can’t stop doing it because he find pleasure in taking people’s lives and see them at their most vulnerable, in tears and terrified. (Count kill unknown but it’s probably over 20 from the pictures we saw later on)
Robert Pattinson as Rev. Preston is also a killer, thought he didn’t pull a trigger or stab people with a knife but his manipulation and his refusal to accept his responsibility and twisted Lenora’s reality and even go as far as calling it delusion had driven the girl to die because of it. (2 counts including the unborn child)
Sheriff Lee Bodecker (Sebastian Stan) killed for power, he killed the people that got on his way to get position, even go as far as trying to kill Arvin because he already knew too much about his sister, afraid he would ruin his perfect future, he knew he can’t let him lives if he wanted his position to be safe. (Killed 2 men)
And then we came to our last killer, Arvin Russel (Tom Holland) killed people as an act of Justice. He believed that he killed for Justice when he killed Rev. Preston because the blood is for the blood, he made his sister take his own life and the only way for him to pay for what he did was death. And then when he killedthe serial killer Carl, though it was an act of self defense but knowing that Carl had been the one who murdered his sister’s dad can be seen as him giving the long overdue justice for Roy’s death, also for the dozen of other that Carl had killed without anyone knowing. Again even when Arvin killed Sheriff Lee Bodecker it can be seen as self defense as well but putting down the corrupt man like Lee before he get to win the election was a kind of putting justice for other people who is not aware of his corruption. If it was different kind of movie, we would say that Arvin is our heroes, he punished those bullies and there are many violence in his actions but it was to protect the helpless and the innocent. (4 people)
I just think that this movie is lit if you just watched it and see it from just the perspective of seeing killers and the reason why they killed.
I especially so impressed with the last scene before Sheriff Lee Bodecker face Arvin, the movie showed us when he killed two person in cold blooded, this way we know the two killers are capable of taking lives if it’s necessary for their survival so we dreaded more for Arvin safety.
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